Leading with Intention
Too often executives allow their functional roles to define who they are as leaders. Instead, they should focus on the type of leader they want to be, and let that knowledge guide deliberate choices and actions – to lead with intention. Hall argues that this is the most overlooked skill for those at the top, and often is the differentiator of great leadership and a source of long-term competitive advantage. She offers real world examples and a prescriptive plan for choosing your actions with care and discipline, day by day, moment by moment.
About the Author
Mindy Hall, PhD is the President and CEO of Peak Development Consulting, LLC. Clients include leading pharmaceutical, biotechnology, technology, insurance, manufacturing, government, and nonprofit organizations, several of which are among the Fortune 50. Hall has over 25 years of experience in organization and leadership development. She holds a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems from Fielding Graduate University, and a Master’s Degrees in both Organization Development and Human Resources Management.
Hall hosts the podcast Peak Development Radio, featuring great conversations and practical advice for making your organization stronger. Guests have included leaders from Johnson & Johnson, Starbucks, Novartis, Pfizer, Biogen Idec, and more.